A total of 221 total points were put on the board on Day One of the World Tens Series, with the biggest blow out coming in the match between the Miami Sunís and Phoenix with the Sunís winning 32 Ė 0, while the match that kept everyone on their toes was the nail bitter 11-10 win the London Royals pick up over the Ohio Aviators.
The London Royals won the first game of the tournament 23-6 against the Miami Sun.
The Ohio Aviators take game two against Phoenix 26-0, with Ben Cima landing a monster Conversion Jeopardy 5 pointer.
The Rhinos defeated the Asia Pacific Dragons 16 Ė 5, with Carl Meyer the star with a Try and a Conversion jeopardy 5 pointer.
The Rhinos march on and are now 2 for 2 with a 12-0 win against the Ohio Aviators.
Six Tryís from the Miami Sunís as they record their first win of the World Tens Series with a 32-0 scoreline against Phoenix.
The London Royals picked up a 12-0 win against Asia Pacific Dragons, as Tom Emery scored a vital Try on the stroke of halftime.
A great day's work from the Rhinos as they won 38-10 in their final game of the day against Phoenix, they are 3 from 3 and they are in good shape ahead of tomorrow matches.
The London Royals came from behind to defeat the Ohio Aviators 11-10 in the closest match of the day and maintain their 100% record, a Try from David Busby and conversion jeopardy one pointer from JP Aguirro proving to be the difference.
In the final game of the day Asia Pacific Dragons picked up their first win defeating the Miami Sun 20-0.